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Isotopes are two or more types of atoms that have the same atomic number (number of protons in their nuclei) and position in the periodic table (and hence belong to the same chemical element), and that differ in nucleon numbers (mass numbers) due to different numbers of neutrons in their nuclei. While all isotopes of a given element have almost the same chemical properties, they have different atomic masses and physical properties.

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You are the average of the five people around you Key takeaways: - Creative success not only depends on individual effort but also on one's social network - One becomes the average of the five people they spend the most time with Transcript: Speaker 1 Yeah, so this was my fourth topic, which you cruelly, you can cut my screen. Speaker 3 I know I feel like we totally lost track of like, how do we country and then you just started like going depth first as opposed to like actually tackling the actual... Speaker 2 Look, I will come back next to the next statement and biology go eight hours, okay? So I hope Mark went to the bathroom before this because we are going to meet the record like, art de yo, we will go both red and depth first. Eight hours and one minute. All right, it's been a new challenge. Speaker 1 So, yeah, look, this is gonna be the thing I was gonna say. Like, look, there's a part of being creative that is individual effort and is individual effort to learn and is individual effort to try to actually create something. And then there's a big part of it. It's like, what is your personal social network? Like, who are your friends? And there's an old adage that is absolutely true, which is basically any individual over time, you basically become the average of the five people you spend the most time with. You know, you zero in, you adapt. And it's a fundamental human instinct because everybody, you know, very few people can go through life alone. You need some sort of support network. Your support network has a value system and they have things they care about and things they're interested in and you will tend to care about and be more interested in those things. And if they, if you don't have anybody around you who shares your interests, right, or has the same drives that you do, you'll have a very hard time sustaining it.

Marc Andreessen on Elon Musk, Good Startup Ideas, How to Have the Courage to Think Independently and Finding a Co-Founder

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Making Decisions Fast and Well Summary: We go through life making decisions. Should we date person extra wy or get married to them? Should we stay here, or should we move? What jobs should we Transcript: Speaker 1 Go through life-making decisions. Should we date person X or Y or get married to them? Should we stay here or should we move? What job should we choose?

#147 Reid Hoffman โ€” Better Decisions, Fewer Mistakes

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

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